Masaryk University Faculty of Arts Department of English and American StudiesMasaryk University Faculty of Arts Department of English and American Studies
I would like to thank my supervisor Jeffrey Alan Vanderziel, B. A. for his patience and valuable advice. A big thanks goes also to my family
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Assigned Questions for a world Lit Only by FireAssigned Questions for a world Lit Only by Fire
I recommend that you keep the questions before you as you read. You will be asked to affirm that you have done your own work
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What causes booms? Alan Freeman, London metropolitan University NoteWhat causes booms? Alan Freeman, London metropolitan University Note
This is a draft; in particular, the data in it are to be updated. Please do not cite or reproduce these data, or the charts based on them, prior to the final version. Stylized facts are extremely difficult to reign in
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By Robert Sylvester Submitted for publication in conjunction with a world Conference on International EducationBy Robert Sylvester Submitted for publication in conjunction with a world Conference on International Education
This present era of globalization is distinguished, in his view, by the speed and the power of the global changes in communications, in travel and the concurrent rise of multinational corporations
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Module Title: South African Apartheid and the Transition to DemocracyModule Title: South African Apartheid and the Transition to Democracy
Author: Erin Mosely, Doctoral Candidate, African Studies & History, Harvard University
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The revolutions of 1848The revolutions of 1848
By the summer of 1849, the forces of revolution across the continent had been resoundingly defeated. Despite the movement's complete failure
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Orlando Patterson notes, \"There is nothing notably peculiar about the institution of slavery.\"Orlando Patterson notes, "There is nothing notably peculiar about the institution of slavery."
African enslavement in the Caribbean as either primarily an economic or socio-cultural phenomenon. By examining the evolution of European ideas of 'race' and their relationship with colonization and enslavement
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The Columbian ExchangeThe Columbian Exchange
Americas followingColumbus's arrival in the Caribbean in 1492. For reasons beyond human control, rooted deep in the divergent evolutionary histories of the continents
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Primary reading I. HistoryPrimary reading I. History
Batatu, H. (1978). The old social classes and the revolutionary movements of Iraq : a study of Iraq's old landed and commercial classes and of its Communists, Ba*thists, and Free Officers. Princeton, N. J.: Princeton University Press
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Slide The conflict state must resolve is sometime a dispute between individualsSlide The conflict state must resolve is sometime a dispute between individuals
The conflict state must resolve is sometime a dispute between individuals, but it is often, and perhaps more importantly, about competition between different segments of society
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9: 00 – 11: 30--breakout Session 1 *1A 2010 ada standards for Accessible Design-Part 19: 00 – 11: 30--breakout Session 1 *1A 2010 ada standards for Accessible Design-Part 1
Ada, including places of public accommodation, commercial facilities, and state and local government facilities. This two part session will review requirements of the 2010 edition of the ada standards and provide answers to frequently asked questions about
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Kate BlankenshipKate Blankenship
This weeks readings reflect and reflect upon this extreme focus on our relationship with the ephemeral idea of “technology,” and how humans and technology continue to mutually constitute each other in modern society
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Najita lecture, university of chicago (11. 10. 4) Japanese Intellectuals and ChinaNajita lecture, university of chicago (11. 10. 4) Japanese Intellectuals and China
Najita Lecture Series. In November of 1989, I was given the opportunity to give several lectures on Tokugawa thought here at the University of Chicago. The fact that I have been given this opportunity anew today, twenty-two years later
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Chapter 2: The Family Links to Original SourcesChapter 2: The Family Links to Original Sources
A father provides advice to his son about marriage, manners, emotions, running his household, and religious life
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The regulation of cyberspace and the loss of national sovereigntyThe regulation of cyberspace and the loss of national sovereignty
Although the substantive law and procedures of the common law world broadly reflected the international character of trade, it was also influenced by the insular tendencies of the law. This was particularly prevalent during the nineteenth and
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